Clinical intervention helps teens get tested for chlamydia

06/2/2009 | Medscape (free registration)

A special clinical practice intervention helped increase the number of adolescent girls screened for chlamydia during pediatric urgent care visits. Researchers said substantial barriers to screening for CT remain and innovative strategies are needed because many teens don't see a health care provider for annual preventive care.

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